Fiduciary Litigation

The Fiduciary Litigation team is lead by Jeffrey Roberts and Gregg Weinberg who are both Board Certified in Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Jeff and Gregg have also been recognized by their peers as worthy of membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Together these professionals have over 60 years of experience.

Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey PC has a team of litigation professionals.

  • The team is headed by Jeffrey Roberts and Gregg Weinberg who are both Board Certified Civil Trial attorneys who have also been recognized by their peers as worthy of membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTS).
  • This combination of experience enables us to devise creative litigation strategies designed to help our clients achieve their objectives.
  • We have been recognized for our high ethical standards and have wide-ranging experience with issues such as guardianship, trusts, fiduciary conflict of interests, preservation of disputed assets, prudent investor issues, employee benefit plans, tortious interference with expectancy and probate litigation.

Testimonials

Jon Cocks, Millennium Multiple Employer Welfare Benefit Plan
"Our employee benefit plan hired Gregg Weinberg and his firm to defend both the plan and our plan committee members in five different actions involving multiple plaintiffs, multiple defendants and multiple allegations in different courts throughout the United States, which were ongoing for over four years.  The litigation was a real mess.  Not only did Gregg and his team quickly wrap their arms around and successfully defend what was happening, Gregg also grasped the plaintiffs’ counsels’ real motivation.  A court hearing that the plaintiffs’ counsel scheduled to last twenty minutes would take over two full days to try and conclude.  Throughout this entire ordeal Gregg’s perspective, practicality and sense of humor kept all of us going and allowed us the opportunity to successfully resolve the mess we found ourselves in".